Kristol McKie, President
Kristol is a product of the RCAS system having attended Pinedale Elementary, West Junior HS and graduating from Stevens HS in 1979. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of SD in 1983. After graduating from college she went into business with her mother, Patricia Danielson, as Co-Owner of Headlines Academy of Cosmetology. She was the admissions director and financial aid officer. She became a full-time stay at home mom in 1993, which has been anything but “stay at home”.
Mrs. McKie has served as the executive director of the Heritage Festival, Vice President of the BH Workshop Foundation and Canyon Lake Little League boards, President of BH Community Theatre and Gym Stars Booster Club and as a RC Arts Council board member and Rushmore Bowl hospitality coordinator/fund-raiser. She has been a volunteer and fund-raising coordinator for many youth sports programs and has been a Christian youth educator in the areas of leader, confirmation, music and theatre. She currently serves on the RC Public School Foundation Board as board President.
Kristol has been involved in theatre and music groups as a performer including BHCT, BH Symphony Chorus, BH Voices in Concert and she has been a soloist with the BH Symphony Orchestra. She is excited to be involved in the development of this collaborative effort as it brings two of her passions together, public education and the performing arts.
Kristol is married to Mark McKie, owner of McKie Ford Lincoln, Abra Auto Body, Rapid Lube and Avis/Budget car rentals of Rapid City and Sioux Falls. They have three children, Matthew, Karris and Kassie and one grandson, Maddox.
Mike Gould, Vice President
Mike is a graduate of Saint John’s University with postgraduate work from the University of Minnesota. Mike has obtained insurance designation in both CIC and CPIA. He is a 35-year veteran of the commercial insurance industry brokering placements for both private and public companies and has shared his experience with others having taught insurance.
Mr. Gould was the founder of Risk Control Solutions, LLC as well as the founder and sole owner of SD Workers Compensation Captive. He is the founder of M.L. Gould Insurance, now part of the First Western Insurance Agency System. Mike is also involved in the Hospitality Business in South Dakota with ownership in hotels, motels, restaurants and the Mineral Palace Casino.
He has been an active board member in local and state insurance associations and is past board member of the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors Educational Advisory board of the Dakota’s. Mr. Gould has been involved in numerous advisory and non-profit board positions including past board member and Chairman of the Juvenile Detention Center Advisory Board and past President of the Black Hills Community Theatre.
Mike spends his free time working in his 5-acre Old Folsom Vineyard with his wife Marnie. They have two children.
Angie McKie, Treasurer
(Photo and bio coming soon…)
Dennyce Korb, Secretary
Mrs. Korb recently retired from her position as a paralegal at the Johnson Eisland Law Offices in Rapid City. She has been a paralegal for 30 years and has participated in nearly 100 cases at trial, mostly on behalf of clients injured by nursing home abuse, medical malpractice or defective products.
Korb was nominated and received the 2013 National Paralegal of the Year Award. She was nominated by Partner Gregory A. Eisland; she was unanimously selected by a panel of judges from the American Association of Justice, which administers the award.
Dennyce serves on the Black Hills Community Theatre board and was appointed to the PACRC board by the BHCT board of directors to serve as its coalition member organization representative. She was elected as secretary after her appointment to replace retiring appointee, Dr. Ron Reed.
President, The Chapman Group (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Butler Machinery (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Board President, Black Hills Community Theatre (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Patrick G. Goetzinger is a 1982 graduate of the University of South Dakota and a 1988 graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law.
Mr. Goetzinger is a partner in the Rapid City law firm Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP where he leads the firm’s Business and Estate Planning Group and serves on the firm’s Executive Committee. He practices in the business and estate planning areas with a focus on family-run businesses, affluent individuals, business transactions and real property laws. Through his service to the State Bar Association and the Governor’s Task Force on Trust Reform and Administration, Pat has been actively involved in trust and business legislation enacted in the past several years.
Pat’s has been an active volunteer in many community organizations and is currently a board member on the Children’s Care Foundation, The Youth & Family Services, Inc., The Youth & Family Services Foundation, and the Western South Dakota Catholic Foundation. He is a member of the SD Planned Giving Council, the Family Business Council and is a lifetime member of the Mt. Rushmore Society. His many charitable services earned him the honor of receiving the Chamber of Commerce Wind Beneath Our Wings Outstanding Performance Award in 2013. He is the first attorney to receive this award in its 25 year history. Patrick and his wife Erin have five children.
Kirsten Olson Hollenbeck
Executive Director, Black Hills Symphony Orchestra (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Anna grew up in Kansas and moved with her family to South Dakota 13 years ago. She graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in English Literature and Columbia University with M.S. in Journalism. In 1992, she won an Olympic bronze medal in rowing. Anna presently works for First People’s Fund as Development Manager. Immediately before that she was director of Arts Rapid City for two years. She previously was a freelance journalist, writing about women’s sports for the New York Times and other publications. In 1995, she wrote a book, “Making Waves,” about the first women’s team to compete for the America’s Cup, of which she was a member. Anna has served as President of the Rapid City Arts Council, the Spearfish Zonta Club, President and founder of East Elementary School PTO and a board member of the Allied Arts Fund.
Anna says “The PACRC is already a crown jewel of our arts community and it’s a privilege to be part of helping it establish its role as a vital part of our community as a whole for generations to come.”
Anna is married to Stewart Huntington, and has two teen-age children, Holton and Evelyn.
Vera O. Kowal, MD
CEO, Dark Canyon Laboratories, LLC (Photo and bio coming soon…)
City Council Representative, Ward 1 (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Dr. Matthew Seebaum
Assistant Superintendent, Rapid City Area Schools (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Board Member, Rapid City Area Schools (Photo and bio coming soon…)
Minutes of the Board of Performing Arts Center of Rapid City, Inc.
PACRC Minutes 06-21-17; PACRC Minutes 05-24-17; PACRC Minutes 04-19-17; PACRC Minutes 2-15-17; PACRC Minutes 01-18-17; PACRC Minutes 12-21-16; PACRC Minutes 11-16-16; PACRC Minutes 10-18-16; PACRC Minutes 09-21-16; PACRC Minutes 08-15-16; PACRC Minutes 07-20-16; PACRC Annual Meeting Minutes 7-20-16
PACRC Minutes 06-14-16; PACRC Minutes 05-18-16; PACRC Minutes 04-18-16; PACRC Minutes 03-16-16; PACRC Minutes 02-17-16; PACRC Minutes 01-20-16; PACRC Minutes 11-18-15; PACRC Minutes 10-21-15; PACRC Minutes 09-17-15; PACRC Minutes 08-19-15; PACRC Minutes 07-15-15; PACRC Annual Meeting Minutes 7-15-15